Cleo Blazers Boys & Girls

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Cleo Reddycut Blazers

Boys' Blazers                                            

       

    • Navy polywool boys' blazer with Inaburra logo on left hand breast pocket.
    • Two front pockets, and internal pocket
    • Junior boys' with navy buttons
    • Senior boys' with gold buttons
    • All blazer sleeves have 40mm internal hem so you can take them down as your child gets taller.
    • See instructions below on how to fit blazer for growth, or to take sleeves up or down.          

    Who, Where and When?

    • Compulsory garments, worn by Kindergarten to Year 12 year-round whenever students are cold.
    • Blazers are outer garment of choice for warmth and are the only outer garment allowed when travelling to and from school.
    • We suggest making an appointment to come into the Uniform Shop to be fitted for Blazers so we can help you get longevity from your child's Blazer.
    • The Uniform Shop also has a blazer fitting day in Term 1, Week 2 every year. You book your child in, and they are fitted during the school day by Uniform Shop staff. You are then contacted for payment.
    • Different sizes suit different body shapes better, so make an appointment to take advantage of our fitting knowledge.
    • These Blazers can still be worn after 2024, as they are still considered current uniform

    Sizes

    • Limited size range available, as these have been replaced by Boys', Male Youths' and Men's On Campus Blazers

    Girls' Blazers

    Previously only worn by Kindy to Year 9 Girls', now worn by Kindy to Year 12

    • Navy blue poly-wool blazers, with Inaburra Logo over left side of chest.
    • Has two button closure, and two front pockets.
    • Girls' style includes front darts, and high internal pocket on right side.
    • All blazer sleeves have 40mm internal hem so you can take them down as your child gets taller.
    • See instructions below on how to fit blazer for growth, or to take sleeves up or down.

    Who, When and Where?

    • Compulsory garments, worn by Kindergarten to Year 12 year-round whenever students are cold.
    • Blazers are outer garment of choice for warmth and are the only outer garment allowed when travelling to and from school.
    • We suggest making an appointment to come into the Uniform Shop to be fitted for Blazers so we can help you get longevity from your child's Blazer.
    • The Uniform Shop also has a Blazer fitting Day in Term 1, Week 2 every year. You book your child in, and they are fitted during the school day by Uniform Shop staff. You are then contacted for payment.
    • Different sizes suit different body shapes better, so make an appointment to take advantage of our fitting knowledge.
    • These blazers can still be worn after 2024, as they are still considered current uniform

    Sizes

    • Limited size range available, as these have been replaced by Girls' and Ladies On Campus Blazers

    How to Fit Your Blazer Correctly For Growth

    • Have student put the blazer on, and stand behind them, looking into a mirror.
    • Shoulder width: As you stand behind them, curl your middle finger around the edges of the shoulder pads on each shoulder, so that the tip of your middle finger touches their arm.
    • As you do this, you're looking for at least one knuckle worth of growing room on each shoulder.
    • That is, the distance from their arm to the part on your finger where the material/shoulder pads stop, should ideally be the length from one finger knuckle to the next on an average sized adult.
    • Sleeve length: with arms down beside body, sleeves should end at the top part of the fold on your hand at the top of your thumb to allow growing room.
    • NOTE: If your child's current blazer is shorter than where a watch is worn on their wrist even after the sleeves have been let down, then it's time to buy a new blazer!

    How to Adjust Blazer Sleeves

    To Take Sleeves Down

    1. With the sleeves inside out, find the seam in the lining where the hem is, and unpick this row of stitches.
    2. Next, locate the edge where the lining meets the wool fabric. Where all the seams intersect, there will be an anchor point where the lining and fabric are stitched together, so you need to break this stitch.
    3. To do this, grasp the wool fabric in one hand, and the lining in the other, very close to the seam, and give it a firm tug. The stitch should break. There is a second anchor point opposite the first.
    4. If the stitch doesn’t break, don’t tug harder, as the fabric may tear. If it won’t break easily, you will need to unpick a small amount of the horizontal seam and cut the anchor stitch on each side.
    5. Next roll down the lining, and the sleeve itself until there is a 2mm hem left.
    6. Now to iron a new seam into the end of the sleeve, press a damp cloth/pillowcase over the old seam to iron the crease away.
    7. Then press the damp cloth over the new desired seam, and carefully iron the cuff seam.
    8. Don’t iron directly onto wool fabric or it will go shiny or may scorch; use a damp cloth or pillowcase.

    To Take Sleeves Up

    1. Follow steps 1 – 4 above, but instead of rolling the sleeves down, pull the lining up until the sleeves are at the desired length.
    2. Then sew a hem half the length you desire into the lining, as it is doubled over. You can do this easily by hand using a basic tack stitch, or by using a sewing machine.
    3. Follow steps 6 – 8 to iron the cuff.